Yes folks, it’s that time of the week again - and our friends at North Shore Police Area Command report a number of local offences - as residents celebrate the end of lockdown.
Our good friends at North Shore Police Area Command have had another busy week, after a number of brainless local offences that have left them scratching their heads in dismay.
A teenage graffiti vandal had a night on the tools interrupted by vigilant local curtain twitchers this week, who reported his suspicious activity to police.
An 18-year-old woman has discovered it’s not a good idea to take a bong rip while driving. The teenager was charged after police stopped a car travelling on Military Rd.
Police are hunting for a man we'll call the "Mosman Mullet" concerning a string of break and enter offences over the weekend. Read more!
Anyone wishing to report local crime and criminal activity is urged to contact CRIME STOPPERS on 1800 333 000.
It’s been another busy week for our local men and women in blue, with a number of incidents on the lower north shore. Here’s the latest roundup from North Shore Police Area Command.
A 72-year-old Mosman resident has been banned from a popular Spit Rd gym after punching a man less than half his age in a flare up over a piece of equipment.
Police are stepping up patrols in Cremorne and Neutral Bay following reports of ongoing suspicious activity involving a man regularly following at least one-woman home.
Local police are urging residents to be on high alert after more break-ins over the weekend. Two homes were broken into on Bay St, Mosman around 1:00 am Friday morning (May 15) while the occupants slept.